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    Lights Out poetry trip

    Wednesday 20th May 2015

    One of the most emotional visits of the first day was to Tyne Cot, the largest British Military Cemetery

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    Come and Have a Go! in Alton

    Wednesday 20th May 2015

    Families in and around Alton have a new way of staving off the boredom this summer.

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    Local businesses invited to free networking event in Whitehill & Bordon

    Tuesday 19th May 2015

    Local businesses are invited to a free networking event where they can also find out about business opportunities which are arising from the regeneration of Whtiehill & Bordon


    ‘Pirates!’ arrive at Churcher’s College Junior School!

    Monday 18th May 2015

    On Open Day the Year Three’s production called ‘Pirates! With Molly on Board’ went down a storm!

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    Eco- Warriors enjoy the Sunshine at Sustainability Centre.

    Monday 18th May 2015

    Year Three from Churcher’s College Junior School went eco-friendly when they visited the Sustainability Centre at East Meon


    Treloar’s new outdoor classroom has the WOW factor

    Monday 18th May 2015

    Treloar’s new outdoor classroom, called Willow Way after its willow tunnel, was opened this past week

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    Save Kids Lives: Results from UN Road Safety Week in Hampshire

    Monday 18th May 2015

    Nearly three in every five car seats checked by police in Hampshire last week were incorrectly fitted.

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    School holiday activities

    Monday 18th May 2015

    Over the May half term the Flora Twort Gallery will be running a week of arts and crafts activities for children and families at the Flora Twort Gallery


    Keep dogs under control in cemeteries

    Friday 15th May 2015

    Dog owners have been called to keep their pets under control when in cemeteries


    Walk or Run raises over £4,000

    Wednesday 13th May 2015

    Treloar’s was delighted to host the St Swithun’s Way Walk and Run for a third year which saw just under 200 people participate

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